Does More Sex Lead to More Happiness?A new study examines the association between sexual frequency and well-being in relationships.
Richest Live Longer But Gap Not as Dismal in Some U.S. CitiesYour income and where you live help determine life expectancy, according to the research.
Peanuts for Babies? Studies Back Allergy-Preventing StrategyFeeding babies peanuts or other allergy-inducing foods is likely to protect them.
Zika Infections Confirmed in 9 Pregnant Women in U.S.Zika has been confirmed in nine pregnant women in the U.S., including one who gave birth to a baby with a rare birth defect.
What Foods Weight-Loss Success Stories Have in CommonWhat eating habits do successful dieters have in common?
Study: More Kids Being Diagnosed With ADHDThe number of children being diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is on the rise, according to a new study.
Johns Hopkins To Start Penis Transplants For Wounded VeteransVeterans who suffered severe damage to their genitals during war will soon be able to undergo a penis transplant.
Report: Grocery Chains Leave 'Food Deserts' BarrenAs part of Michelle Obama's healthy eating initiative, a group of major food retailers promised in 2011 to open or expand 1,500 grocery or convenience stores in and around neighborhoods with no supermarkets by 2016.
Expert: 'Upsurge In Frequency Of Mass Shootings Can Definitely Have Impact On American Psyche'Gun violence has taken center stage in America once again following the deadly shootings at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and at a company holiday party in San Bernardino, California.
VCU Hospital Worker Says She Must Get Flu Shot Or Get FiredAn employee at the VCU Medical Center says the vaccine is harmful to her health but hospital officials are demanding she get one anyway.
Study: The Brains Of Men And Women Aren't All That DifferentResearchers found that it extremely rare for a person's brain to have only "male" or "female" features.
UnitedHealth CEO: We Made 'Bad Decision' Diving Deeper Into ObamacareUnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley says the nation's biggest health insurer made a bad decision when it dove deeper into the Affordable Care Act's public insurance exchanges this year.